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A quick Job interview Question??

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
hi, guys well i just got a call from someone for a job interview and says to come and meet him at a hotel and says dress smartly well i dont want to overdue it and dont what to wear full suit or just a simple shirt and trousers? what do you think its just i dont want to look like a plonker, if you get what i mean lol. any help would be greatly appreciated.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
What job position is it for ?
#2
Wear suit!! First impressions count and shows you made an effort!! I always do!! :thumbsup:
#3
Naeem786
Wear suit!! First impressions count and shows you made an effort!! I always do!! :thumbsup:


Agreed wearing a suit may make you feel like a plum but employees notice instantly how you are dressed etc.
#4
If the interviews in the guys hotel room then I suggest something slutty.
#5
Wear a hoody
#6
odriscoll
Wear a hoody


yer sure and then hell be like sorry do i no you.
#7
Can't dress to smart, smarter is better, gives off a better image. Rather than i dont give a **** how im presented :D, watch the fish4jobs adverts, !
#8
snowtiger
What job position is it for ?


thats the thing i forget to ask him and dont no if it would be rude to ring back and ask oh sorry could you let me know what the role was, i dont no cause i applied to so many. and the interview is today im nervous
#9
Toybhoy
If the interviews in the guys hotel room then I suggest something slutty.


lol, i hope its not.
#10
Depending on how it goes in the hotel he may offer you the position of Director!
#11
sarbjeet_
thats the thing i forget to ask him and dont no if it would be rude to ring back and ask oh sorry could you let me know what the role was, i dont no cause i applied to so many. and the interview is today im nervous


Wow! You dont know the role you applied for? Do you have any records in your emails etc of the guys name, Company, etc? That might help.
#12
sarbjeet_;2331077
thats the thing i forget to ask him and dont no if it would be rude to ring back and ask oh sorry could you let me know what the role was, i dont no cause i applied to so many. and the interview is today im nervous

How about a suit but have the jacket over your arm & see what feels comfortable when you get there ?
GOOD LUCK
#13
sarbjeet_
thats the thing i forget to ask him and dont no if it would be rude to ring back and ask oh sorry could you let me know what the role was, i dont no cause i applied to so many. and the interview is today im nervous


How can you attend an interview not knowing what the position you are being interviewed for is?
#14
Spriggan
Depending on how it goes in the hotel he may offer you the position of Director!


ah i wish, its my first job so i doubt it, been working with my dad so got a lot of experiance lets just hope it goes well and if it does well have a HUKD party lol.
1 Like #15
Good to know what you applied for? :?

He will ask so why you apply to this job? You will be like I love working in a group and like getting tasks done!!

WELCOME TO McDONALDS!!!! :thumbsup:
#16
Murielson
How can you attend an interview not knowing what the position you are being interviewed for is?


thats what i thought was odd, i applied online at reed.co.uk to various roles and i just got this call and the guy goes i got your details from the application you made and would like to arrange an interview and says come to xx hote at 7.30pm is that ok? i said yes and goes please dress smartly and i go do i need to bring anything he goes no its fine i downloded your cv online, so must be leggit.
#17
Naeem786
Good to know what you applied for? :?

He will ask so why you apply to this job? You will be like I love working in a group and like getting tasks done!!

WELCOME TO McDONALDS!!!! :thumbsup:


LMFAO, ahahah sorry thats was funny, good point ill ring him now.
#18
Murielson
How can you attend an interview not knowing what the position you are being interviewed for is?


I did it :oops: I got offered an interview and I thought because my cv was aiming for desktop support it would be along that route, I got to the job interview and it was for an applications developer. Still got the job somehow so all's well that end's well.
1 Like #19
sarbjeet_;2331128
thats what i thought was odd, i applied online at reed.co.uk to various roles and i just got this call and the guy goes i got your details from the application you made and would like to arrange an interview and says come to xx hote at 7.30pm is that ok? i said yes and goes please dress smartly and i go do i need to bring anything he goes no its fine i downloded your cv online, so must be leggit.

7.30PM SEEMS A STRANGE TIME FOR AN INTERVIEW ? IN A HOTEL :w00t: BE CAREFUL
Phone him & say you have 2 or 3 interviews this week & can he fill you in on what job this one is for ? It's a perfectly good question ....
#20
just got off the phone to him and the guy goes its for the sales role at a leisure company, doh and i just signed up to virgin gym today now i dont no if they will cancel my 12 month contract if i get my job at the leisure company what every the company name is.
#21
now need to buy a suit lol.
#22
In the next 2 hours?
1 Like #23
Think about all the professionals and sales guys you've seen. Which dress code impressed you most ?

I'd suggest a totally converntional suit, clean, plain shirt, clean black shoes and a presentable tie, properly knotted.

Smile, "good evening" and a firm shake of the hands.

Never Umm and Err. If you don't know any answers, say so and be prepared to ask intelligent questions.

Walk the rest.

Get the job and it's your round.
#24
odriscoll
In the next 2 hours?


yep just got one now.
#25
Some_Bloke
Think about all the professionals and sales guys you've seen. Which dress code impressed you most ?

I'd suggest a totally converntional suit, clean, plain shirt, clean black shoes and a presentable tie, properly knotted.

Smile, "good evening" and a firm shake of the hands.

Never Umm and Err. If you don't know any answers, say so and be prepared to ask intelligent questions.

Walk the rest.

Get the job and it's your round.


ahh man i just bought an brown suit with lines and pink shirt so he can remember lol. thanks for the advice rep left.
#26
just got back and it was rather weird i found it to be fake, as the guy at the end was like you would need to pay £50 for training and then im like to my self i could of sworn its supposed to be the other way round and they should pay me. the job was to sell package holidays to clients which they supply the lead and was really weird one as he tried telling me we are different as we sell the products to the customer directly and cut out the middleman like thompson etc by then i was like you can book hotels and flights separate and save money there so how does that work just didn't make sense to me he goes ill call you tomorrow at 1pm surely if your the employer you would be very busy and would expect me to call.
#27
sarbjeet_
just got back and it was rather weird i found it to be fake, as the guy at the end was like you would need to pay £50 for training and then im like to my self i could of sworn its supposed to be the other way round and they should pay me. the job was to sell package holidays to clients which they supply the lead and was really weird one as he tried telling me we are different as we sell the products to the customer directly and cut out the middleman like thompson etc by then i was like you can book hotels and flights separate and save money there so how does that work just didn't make sense to me he goes ill call you tomorrow at 1pm surely if your the employer you would be very busy and would expect me to call.


Sounds a bit dodgy to me, keep looking:thumbsup:
#28
Avoid anything thats asks you to pay money, Sounds really dodgy
#29
this is really dodgy ............ i would search elsewhere for a job
#30
It would seem that they have basically cold called you and asked for £50. If they dod this for say 20 people a day then there is good money in it.

I would put that one down to experience and at least it has got you out and bought a suit for the next interviews that are hopefully heading your way. Good luck.
#31
Definately dodgy, avoid like the plague.

If you've applied to agencies, they will fit your skills to the roles, the agent will lead all the communication, and setup interviews with reputable companies.

It may be worthwhile contacting some more agents, and have them do the legwork for you.
banned#32
Keep away mate...if its off Reeds site I would also try and contact them as it makes them look bad associating with
#33
yer sounded very dodgy to me and the guy looked like an ****. yer will contact reed and let me know and avoide people getting ripped off. thanks guys.

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